Watch: Video Emerges Of Tom Brady Throwing And Shaking Out His Arm

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady may be dealing with a serious problem at the moment. The New England Patriots need his talent and his throwing arm to win games. This has helped the Patriots win games, but Brady’s throwing arm gives the team a terrible headache.

TB12 is battling an injury to his right elbow. The situation may be more serious than the Patriots expect. A video by WBZ-TV in Boston shows the Patriots quarterback shaking out his right elbow after throwing the ball at practice on Thursday.

Brady hurt his elbow in the Week 14 game against the Kansas City Chiefs. He wore a large ice wrap on his right arm during the post-game press conference.

Brady and the Patriots are at the end of one of their worst seasons. TB12 has been playing in the NFL for two decades, and he has never had terrible numbers. This season, Brady completed 60.1% of his passes, and that’s an all-time low for the greatest player in the NFL.

But the quarterback’s age and right elbow aren’t the only problems New England had this season. The Patriots have been plagued by injuries and offensive struggles, leaving the GOAT with few reliable targets in the passing game. Wide receiver Julian Edelman is listed as questionable for Saturday’s game against the Buffalo Bills, and he deals with shoulder and knee ailments. Let’s not forget that tight end Rob Gronkowski decided to retire following Super Bowl LIII. The timing wasn’t right, and New England needed the star tight end on the field this season. But, Gronk had something else on his mind.

Despite the soreness, TB12 did not appear on the team’s final injury report this week. New England will clinch their 11th straight AFC East division title with a victory Saturday. The team is 11-3 at this point in the regular season, and they are still in the run for a first-round bye in the AFC playoffs.

How will the New England Patriots handle the pressure on Sunday? Head coach Bill Belichick will come up with the right winning formula. That’s a sure bet. Game on, Pats!

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